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04/27/2011 04:54:46 PM · #1
Anyone using Acorn Image Editor? - I just spotted it on the app store, and downloaded a trial from here: http://flyingmeat.com/acorn/

It looks very impressive, layers, nice filters, RAW import, brush editor etc. And only 24
04/27/2011 05:15:53 PM · #2
I recently got a mac and noticed it on the ap store too. Let me know if its worth it.
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04/27/2011 10:16:57 PM · #3
So, I use it, but in a very limited way, actually. I use Aperture and the Nik Plugin Suite for most of my editing, but I got Acorn in a bundle some time ago--I use it for adding text to the image: it is very user friendly for that, and I can place the text anywhere (Aperture's watermark placement is pretty limited). Off the top of my head I would say that Acorn is very much like Photoshop elements, and it is frequently upgraded. I have had several free upgrades along the way. They just upgraded to v3, which they want some payment for. Since I don't use it for regular editing, I don't really need to upgrade.

In my limited use, I have found it easy to use and stable. Hopefully someone else here has made more use of it and can comment.
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